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no shade
3 months ago

Moderately difficult hike, took us about 4 hours. Took a sight detour on the way back and got onto another smaller peak, see the recording. Very nice views of the lake and mountains. Hardly any shade though, so does get very hot and sweaty in the weather we had which was around 30’ and full on sun

This trail is a true gem, unexpected and unusual, with great balcony views about 2000 feet above the valley floor. Most of the trail runs flat along abandoned railroad tracks which were used to build the hydroelectric infrastructure. Then it passes through several real fun hiking tunnels. Better bring a headlight for these. Don’t miss making a little detour to the town of Cola, it’s gonna wow you all the way, almost confuse you, how such a lovely antique town can be there. The hike down through the mountain town San Giorgio is like a time walk through a millennia of history. There’s a carved stone where they used to mummify the dead. These towns are only reachable by foot. Another thousand feet down and you’re back on the valley floor. The hike is not difficult at all, it’s just a bit long. Very much recommended.

Beautiful trail. Would give it 5 stars if it was a bit more wild - there are electrical lines and water pipelines all along the trail, which sorta spoils it. The first half is the hardest, be ready for a pretty steep climb and bring lots of water. Oh, and it is pretty crowded.

Great trail, long but without technical difficulties.

Amazing hike .. views from the top are breathtaking. Take lots of water

hiking
3 months ago